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September 18 - Week in Review


September 18 - Week in Review

See the week's main Government news in pictures

Heritage conservation: Chief Executive Carrie Lam launches the Blue House Cluster revitalisation project on September 18.

Departmental visit: Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law (left) meets Electrical & Mechanical Services Department Acting Director Alfred Sit on September 18.

Creativity cultivation: Secretary for Innovation & Technology Nicholas Yang inspects a model car made by students during his visit to S.K.H. Tsang Shiu Tim Secondary School on September 18.

Cultural chief: Chief Executive Carrie Lam announces the appointment of Henry Tang (second left) as the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority Board Chairman on September 18.

Creative collaboration: Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Edward Yau (right) visits the Royal College of Art in London on September 18.

Supporting statement: Chief Executive Carrie Lam tells the media before the September 19 Executive Council meeting she supports the joint statement issued by 10 university heads to condemn calls for the "independence of Hong Kong".

Education update: Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung (left) meets Minister of Education Chen Baosheng in Beijing on September 19.

Mediation meeting: Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen speaks at the Seventh Greater China Arbitration Forum opening ceremony in Guangzhou on September 19.

Essential ingredients: Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law meets chef trainees during his tour of the Chinese Culinary Institute on September 19.

Regional focus: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at the Hong Kong - ASEAN Summit 2017 luncheon on September 19.

Southern hospitality: Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks at the National Day reception hosted by the Federation of Hong Kong Guangdong Community Organisations on September 19.

School celebration: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (second left) officiates at the 50th anniversary ceremony of Lingnan University's re-establishment in Hong Kong on September 19.

Train training: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (second left) visits the learning and development centre of the MTR Crossrail in London on September 20.

Data development: Acting Chief Executive Matthew Cheung speaks at the International Conference on Smart Future: A Global Perspective on September 21.

Good thinking: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (third right) attends the Think Asia, Think Hong Kong symposium in London on September 21.

Cultural catch-up: Secretary for Home Affairs Lau Kong-wah (right) meets Director-General of the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Culture Jin Xingsheng in Hangzhou on September 21.

Master stroke: Acting Chief Executive Matthew Cheung speaks at the opening ceremony of the Basic Law Calligraphy Inscriptions Exhibition on September 22.

Paper trail: The Variation of Paper Art exhibition is being held at Design Gallery until October 11, showing creative local paper craftsmanship.

Charity do: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung (front row, second right) attends the Community Chest Dress Casual Day launch ceremony on September 22.

Health tech: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (left) visits the Hamlyn Centre at the Imperial College London on September 22.

Industry insight: Chief Executive Carrie Lam meets former HSBC Chairman Sir William Purves at a luncheon organised by the Hong Kong Association in London on September 22.

New recruits: Airport Authority Chairman Jack So (second right) reviews probationary inspectors and recruit constables at the Police College's passing-out parade on September 23.

Investment insight: Financial Secretary Paul Chan speaks at the Worldwide Wealth Management Expo at the Convention & Exhibition Centre on September 23.

Reducing recidivism: Secretary for Labour & Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong opens a new facility at the Tuen Mun Children & Juvenile Home on September 23.

Helping hands: The Leisure & Cultural Services Department's Museum Volunteer Scheme has recruited more than 600 people to assist at Hong Kong's 19 museums.

Tech talk: Chief Executive Carrie Lam opens the InnoTech Expo at the Convention & Exhibition Centre on September 24.

Catwalk competition: Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung speaks at the prize presentation ceremony of a traditional Chinese fashion competition on September 24.

Regional exchange: Chief Executive Carrie Lam (right) meets Hunan Provincial Committee Secretary Du Jiahao at the 2017 Pan-Pearl River Delta Regional Co-operation Chief Executive Joint Conference on September 24.

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